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In this week’s webinar, we'll show you some nuggets for making better PowerPoint presentations. You can join Office webinars at 9:15 am Pacific on Tuesdays. Go to http://aka.ms/offweb for complete information.
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Eric Yuen, you participated in today’s webinar, Better PowerPoint Presentations.
Your question was: “Someone told me that if I have some animation show bullets one by one, when saved in pdf, they will be split into separated pages, with more info after each. I am using Office 2010 but cannot mimic that. So the result I am getting is having everything on "1" page.”
The PowerPoint Group Product manager answers: “We used to have that feature (animation steps on separate pages) for printing many releases ago; I don’t believe we’ve supported it in PDF/XPS or print for quite some time, though.”
I just saw your video on Presenter View and I agree, I love it. It’s the best thing since sliced bread. One thing you missed. The frames can be resized. So if you don’t have any notes you can resize the slide view to take up most of the screen space and vice versa if you want to use the notes view as a cheap form of teleprompter.
But one way or another we love our Presenter View. And it doesn’t crash and burn like 2003.
Is there a way to use presenter view while sharing it online using webEx/ net meeting/ team view applications?
Not that I'm aware. If you are remotely presenting from your laptop, you are still using one screen. Perhaps if you have 2 monitors you can share one only. I'll have to try that.
Hi Doug- There are definitely some good points raised here. On the 11th of October we will be holding a live free webinar all about a new PowerPoint technology called SightDeck.I think it will definitely make for a better presentation! Head over to m62.net/view62 for more info! Thank You